For the first time, The Economist is bringing it's Innovation awards and summit to Asia-Pacific. Join us in Hong Kong to hear from some of the world's leading entrepreneurs, thinkers, creators, scientists and innovators.
How can we bridge the gap between employment and higher education? Join us on Thursday, 9th October at 13:00 - 14:00 EST for a live discussion on preparing today's students for tomorrow's workforce.
Building on the success of last year’s meetings, The Investment Agenda will bring together institutional investors with asset managers and other key decision makers to discuss how to navigate the global recovery.
World Water Summit will launch in London in 2014. Join the world's leading thinkers on water policy, management, irrigation, technology, economic development, sanitation and hygiene and water-related risks to debate how to handle the looming water crisis.
The Economist Events annually convenes the summit to survey China’s timely opportunities, pressing issues and perplexing macro developments across its economy, politics and society. As in The Economist newspaper, the summit explores linkages and how these affect participants with rigorous, global and forward-looking perspectives. China Summit is for business leaders, policymakers, academics and observers who wish to discuss, debate and learn.
Each year we bring together 50 chairmen, chief executives and influential thinkers from politics and academia together with senior editors atThe Economist for an off-the-record talks on key business, political and economic issues of the day facing leaders.
View from the bridge: Transformations in global trade will examine the macro trends that are reshaping the shipping, shipbuilding and offshore marine industries, distilling what they mean and what business should do about them now.
This exclusive gala evening where The Economist and invited luminaries share their bold, candid, sometimes shocking-and always entertaining-predictions for the year ahead.
This award-winning gala evening is where The Economist and invited luminaries share their bold, candid, sometimes shocking-and always entertaining-predictions for the year ahead.
The award-winning The World in Gala Dinner series is where The Economist and invited luminaries share their bold, candid, sometimes shocking—and always entertaining—predictions for the year ahead.
The third Arctic Summit will return to Oslo for 2015. It is the only event that brings together all Arctic stakeholders, from mining and hydrocarbon business and investors, Arctic Council members and observer states, to local community representatives and environmental experts to debate the future of the region.
An ocean sustainability summit for business, government, science and NGO.